Health in Detroit, MI

Many people in the United States and Europe use hair dyes. It is estimated that more than one-third of women over age 18 and about 10% of men over age 40 use some type of hair dye.

A cardiologist explains what you need to know if you experience heart flutter, or atrial fibrillation, which is the most common type of arrhythmia.

The New Year can bring changes that may be stressful for anyone, let alone someone dealing with a cancer diagnosis.

The path to a healthier lifestyle can be hard to follow if you don’t know where to start. A Henry Ford registered dietitian offers concrete advice on how to take the first steps toward your goal of a more heart-healthy diet.

The Henry Ford Medical Group, Division of Cardiology is actively recruiting a board certified/eligible academic Cardiologist for Henry Ford Hospital.....

There are more ways than one to shake that lingering flu bug. For some people, eating is the last thing they want to do. However, there are foods that can actually help you feel better.

Spanking has long been determined by researchers and child psychology experts to be an ineffective form of discipline and harmful to kids in many ways. Henry Ford pediatrician Dr. Stacy Leatherwood Cannon explains how to adopt a more positive approach to discipline.

Try this delicious, lightened up version of classic spinach dip recipe, using Greek yogurt and low-fat mayonnaise to cut down on fat and calories and plenty of vitamin-rich spinach to boost the nutrition. Serve it with fresh cut veggies to avoid empty calories and carbs from bread or chips.

Schools are closed. Governments are closed. Auto factories are closing. But, the Detroit Pistons are still open for business.

Cigarette butts containing plastic filters are the number one plastic pollutant. Will the tobacco industry solve the problem?

“Do a good turn daily” has been the slogan of the Girl Scouts of the USA for more than 100 years. The slogan remains strong, especially with Troop 75715.

In the absence of a wedding ring, there might be another way to determine someone's marital status: the speed at which they're walking, at least according to a new study.

As these findings from the Women’s Health Initiative show, even moderate lifestyle modifications can have lasting, positive effects on survival for women with breast cancer.

Asking for help isn’t always easy, but if you’re battling cancer, delegating tasks can make you and your support network feel better. Here’s how.

A Henry Ford yoga therapist answers frequently asked questions about yoga as a healing therapy.

Texas is a super-user of federal housing programs, but the shutdown has brought loans, tax credits and rental assistance to a screeching halt, hurting poor Texans the most.

Ads for prescription drugs appeared 5 million times in just one year, capping a recent surge in U.S. medical marketing, a new analysis found. The advertisements for various medicines showed up on TV, newspapers, online sites and elsewhere in 2016. Their numbers soared over 20 years as part of broad health industry efforts to promote drugs, devices, lab tests and even hospitals. The researchers estimated that…

A Henry Ford pediatrician explains the role of play in physical, social and emotional development and gives tips about how to make time for play.

Experts say skipping breakfast occasionally can even raise your risk. Here's some advice on what to eat.

Wright Museum names new CEO
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Barclay's most recent position was CEO of Contemporary Arts Center in New Orleans
Previous CEO Juanita Moore retired in July
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The Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History in Detroit has hired a veteran of museum leadership as its new CEO
Neil Barclay will succeed interim CEO George Hamilton effective Tuesday. Hamilton had replaced longtime…

Do you know which foods are best and worst for belly fat? Test your knowledge with this WebMD quiz, and learn how to eat for a slimmer waistline.

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Everyone experiences stress – whether on the job, at home or in family and personal life. No matter how you handle tense or frustrating situations, it is important to determine what you can do to manage your stress. Studies link higher levels of stress with heart disease, high blood pressure ...

For 2019, I'm doing my New Year's resolutions a little differently. In the past, I've fallen into the all-too-familiar trap of burning out of my workout resolutions within the first few months of the new year. The first time I'm hit with a nasty…

A December job search is proven to be one of the most productive of the year! Companies are eager to bring on new employees in January and are actively searching for candidates! Here are tips to make the most of your job search in December.